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May 4, 2015
The Christian Science Monitor's Report on Utah's Approach to End Homelessness
The Christian Science Monitor reports on Utah’s approach to end homelessness and how it is working. View More >
May 4, 2015 Reports on Recent Survey published a recent survey about how Salt Lake residents feel about moving the homeless shelter. View More >
May 3, 2015
NBC News Reports on Utah's Strategy to End Homelessness
Recently, NBC News reported on Utah’s strategy to end homelessness. View More >
April 20, 2015
Fox13 Highlights one of Utah's Programs that Helps to Decrease Chronic Homelessness
Recently Fox13 News reported on one of the programs that has helped to decrease Chronic Homelessness in Utah. View More >
April 18, 2015
The Chicago Tribune Reports on Utah's Efforts to End Chronic Homelessness
The Chicago Tribune recently reported about Utah’s efforts to end Chronic Homelessness. View More >
April 9, 2015
Zaniac Brings a Science and Technology Activity to the Children at The Road Home
KSL reports on Zaniac bringing a science and technology activity to the children at The Road Home. View More >
April 1, 2015
National Alliance to End Homelessness – The State of Homelessness in America
The National Alliance to End Homelessness recently published “The State of Homelessness in America.” View More >
April 1, 2015
A Recent Report on Affordable Housing in Utah
The PD&R Edge recently published a piece focusing on Utah’s Bud Bailey Apartments, which provide housing and services for individuals who have experienced homelessness and refugees. View More >
March 24, 2015
Follow-up Report about the Demolition of our Community Winter Overflow Shelter in Midvale
Deseret News published this follow-up piece about the demolition of our Community Winter Overflow Shelter in Midvale. View More >
March 23, 2015
Demolition of our Community Winter Overflow Shelter in Midvale
The Deseret News recently announced that the demolition of our Community Winter Overflow Shelter in Midvale would be demolished Tuesday, March 24, 2015. View More >
March 4, 2015
Group Helps Companion Animals at Palmer Court
In March, KSL reported, Mark Madsen, a veterinarian at Willow Creek Pet Center, vaccinated all of the companion animals living with residents of Palmer Court. View More >
February 28, 2015
Op-ed Piece about Moving the Shelter
This op-ed piece was published by The Salt Lake Tribune about moving the shelter. View More >
February 23, 2015
Follow-up Report on the Pioneer Park Coalition
The Salt Lake Tribune does a follow up report on the Pioneer Park Coalition. View More >
February 17, 2015
Utah's Housing First
MotherJones recently published an article about Utah’s Housing First approach and how it is working for the individuals we serve. It also highlights the important partnerships and collaborations we have in our community. View More >
February 16, 2015
Report on the Pioneer Park Coalition.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports on the Pioneer Park Coalition. View More >
February 15, 2015
Donation Option for the Pamela Atkinson Homeless Trust Fund
The Pamela Atkinson Trust Fund is an essential funding source for homeless service providers across the state of Utah. Deseret News reports on how the fund is unique and the incredible woman behind it. View More >
February 14, 2015
Alaska Reporting on Utah's Housing First Program
Alaska’s KTUU Channel 2 News reports on Utah’s Housing First program, and how it is helping individuals in Utah experiencing Chronic Homelessness. View More >
January 30, 2015
Four Articles about Utah's Efforts to Combat Homelessness
In January NationSwell published a series of four articles all about Utah and our efforts to combat homelessness. View More >
January 30, 2015
Helping Utah's Homeless Veterans
This article from Shelterforce highlights how Utah has changed our homeless service delivery system for our homeless Veterans. View More >
January 29, 2015
Mayor Becker's "5000 Doors" Plan
Utah’s Housing First model has earned national recognition. The Housing First model believes that homeless individuals and families have greater success when they are in a home verses a shelter. While the Housing First Model has proven success, it also has great challenges. View More >
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